The 2015 edition of the pan-European startup contest Idea Challenge sees an increase in variety and internationality. The series of events re…
According to organisers, more than 80,000 visitors will descend on Munich for the 14th edition of the WT conference. The topic of wearable technology is a big one for startups too and with speakers from big brands like Adidas and Intel and startups such as Bragi and BitBite, the event is a must-visit for any entrepreneur hoping to make it into this specific industry. Tickets are currently selling at 895 euros, but latecomers will have to cough up 1,250 euros if they register after 20 January. About 100 exhibitors are expected to show the latest gadgets and for 3,332 euros, you could also get a demo package including two tickets, a table and two chairs.
Gathering the best of Eurasia’s startup scene, the three-day event will invite investors and top tier tech executives on stage to inspire local entrepreneurs and feature a speed-networking bash. Over 100 startups from the region will not only have a chance at some time in the spotlight during the demo day, but may also soak in some sunlight if they are lucky, for the seaside resort’s climate is usually pleasant at this time of year.
GSMA Mobile World Congress is the meeting place for the leaders of the mobile and related industries.
In partnership with ZOOPPA, world leader crowdsourcing platform that counts on a community of more than 285.000 people and more than 450 successful campaigns, Crowdsourcing Week (CSW) Summit Venice will bring crowdsourcing and the crowd economy to center stage.
The second edition of the week-long reality-show style competition will take place in March in Hungary. Geared exclusively towards startups with predominantly female teams, this challenge will see five startups come head to head for a chance to win investment opportunities, free working space and other prizes. If you want to join, you can still make the shortlist by applying before 3 February.
With a focus similar to that of the MWC, this event will bring together key players in the exciting new game called the Internet of Things. With 50 speakers and 200 attendees, the event promises to have a cozy feel and offer group brainstorming sessions and interactive workshops on energy, big data, future cities, connected homes, and more. Super early bird tickets have been discontinued, but you can still grab an early bird one, sold by 6 February for 375 pounds. Even better, the organizers seem to understand the struggles of young entrepreneurs and offer startups/academics and developer tickets at 125 pounds a piece.
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